On Sunday night's Keeping Up With The Kardashians episode, Kendall and Kris Jenner got into a heated squabble over if two estranged family members, Scott Disick and Caitlyn Jenner should be invited to the family's annual Christmas Eve extravaganza.
In the clip from the episode above, Kendall, Kris, Kourtney, Kim and Khloe gather around the table to discuss their upcoming annual X-Mas party when they decide to comment on the elephant in the room. "Should Scott and Caitlyn be invited?"
The two have been longtime family staples and characters on the reality show and have cemented their places in the Kardashian/Jenner dynasty. Kourtney didn't want to invite her baby daddy and ex-beau even though he had been coming to the holiday fiesta for 10 years. The girls then proceeded to think about Caitlyn's invite.
"What about my dad?" Kendall blurts out after the girls moved on from the decision about Scott. "Scott has never done anything mean or said anything negative, so that's different," shouted Kimmy from across the table. "Is that actually a joke? They have both done f**ked up things in different ways," Kendall fired back to her older sister. But it looks like momager Kris wasn't entirely convinced on Kendall's defense about her dad.
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The Victoria's Secret model stood her ground and said that it was the right thing to do even if Cait doesn't show up.
To conclude this saga of epic family drama, the episode revealed that not only did Kourtney invite Scott, but Kris changed her mind and sent her ex-husband an invite too. But all that fighting was for nothing as the former Olympian decided not to show her face at the event.
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